NookManager vs any other way of rooting (Nooter)
I have been using a Nook Classic for years, and finally, the light on my case gave up and it was time for something new.. So, I got me one of those fancy Simple Touches with GlowLights..
When I originally rooted my Nook Classic, I used the info from NookDev.com and everything went smoothly. I actually went back to stock because there wasn't much rooting of that device did for me. When looking at that site, it seems like they only talk about software 1.1 for the Simple Touch. Upon Googling, it seems like because of my new software, 1.2.1, everything gets pointed towards the NookManager (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2086582
Because of how old the Simple Touch model is, all the different software versions, and all that good stuff, a lot of the articles on the web have the Nook Manager and Nooter ways of rooting.. I guess for Nooter, I would need to downgrade software first. Which is the best/most current method that will give me the best options of apps. Technically, all I want for an extra app is something that will allow me to sync my reading progress (I use mostly library books or PDFs). I would prefer Google Books, but would settle for Kindle.. I assume that the Nook Manager is the way to go, but figured it couldn't hurt to ask..